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logins.json.corrupt - Lost passwords

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Lost power. Computer shut down. Reopened Firefox and no passwords. Looked in profile and there are 4 files logins.json.corrupt (149 kb) all created today at same time and 1 file logins.json (2 kb). I ASSUME my passwords are in the 149KB json file? If I delete logins.json (2kb) and rename one of the 149KB to logins.json, when I reopen firefox, it just does it again: renames logins.json to logins.json.corrupt (149kb) and creates a new logins.json (2kb). Is there anyway to recover these passwords? Windows 7 Latest version of firefox

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Lost power. Computer shut down. Reopened Firefox and no passwords. Looked in profile and there are 4 files logins.json.corrupt (149 kb) all created today at same time and 1 file logins.json (2 kb). I ASSUME my passwords are in the 149KB json file? If I delete logins.json (2kb) and rename one of the 149KB to logins.json, when I reopen firefox, it just does it again: renames logins.json to logins.json.corrupt (149kb) and creates a new logins.json (2kb). Is there anyway to recover these passwords? Windows 7 Latest version of firefox Thanx

Ausgewählte Lösung

You need an older copy of logins.json or logins-backup.json that still has data in it instead of null bytes or otherwise is corrupted.

You can check in Windows Explorer if there is a previous version of the file available.

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Update - all logins.json.corrupt (149kb) files are empty or at least nothing visible in wordpad or other text editor

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Ausgewählte Lösung

You need an older copy of logins.json or logins-backup.json that still has data in it instead of null bytes or otherwise is corrupted.

You can check in Windows Explorer if there is a previous version of the file available.

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